Hacking through space and time

Hacking through space and time

Are British hackers funnier than their American peers? Do Polish hackers produce more polished hacks? And what does Mike Elsmore have in common with the Pharaohs? Cristiano takes us through time and space to look at the history of hackathons, taking us from ancient Egypt to modern Singapore, comparing cultural differences in hack ideas and implementations.

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Cristiano Betta

October 01, 2014
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    Access to Computers - and anything which might teach you

    something about the way the world works - should be unlimited and total
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    One who says, ! "What is mine is yours and

    what is yours is yours” ! this is a righteous person.
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    Access to Computers - and anything which might teach you

    something about the way the world works - should be unlimited and total
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